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used for input–output analysis in IMPLAN is derived from the system of national accounts for the U.S. economy, based on periodic economic surveys conducted by the U.S. Commerce Department, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, and other federal and state

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were 4.6, 14.9, and 18.6, respectively. Economic impacts were estimated using a regional input-out model and social accounting matrix developed using the IMPLAN Pro software and associated 2003 databases for Florida ( Minnesota IMPLAN Group, 1997

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The greenhouse, nursery, and sod (GNS) sector in the United States accounted for $10 billion in gross sales or 5% of gross farm receipts, in 1998. Despite its significant economic contributions, the sector receives little attention from policymakers. Part of the problem lies in the absence of empirical economic analysis that addresses the impact of the sector on the U.S. economy. The absence of such analysis places the sector at a disadvantage when agricultural policies are designed to address agricultural imbalances, such as farm income problems, and hinders the ability of the sector to lobby for policies favorable to GNS producers. This study provides estimates of the economic impacts of the GNS sector on the U.S. economy and quantifies the linkages between the GNS sector and other economic sectors. The results show that the sector contributed over $26 billion and $17 billion in output and value added economic activity, respectively, and over 438,000 jobs.

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infected trees, and potentially replanting with tolerant or resistant avocado cultivar. Quantifying the secondary or indirect impacts is much more challenging and requires the use of an input-output (I-O) model such as Impact Analysis for Planning (IMPLAN

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, other property income, business taxes, and domestic and international exports for green industry sectors were compiled from the IMPLAN database for 2013 ( IMPLAN Group, LLC, 2015 ). These data were derived from a variety of sources, including the

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basis for the economic contributions of the fresh apple packing and processing industries and the 2015 IMPLAN input–output (I/O) data for Washington State ( IMPLAN, 2016 ). IMPLAN is a widely used methodology to calculate the economic impact of

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not. Also, the economic models used to determine economic multipliers differed between the studies, with many researchers using the Impact Analysis for Planning ( IMPLAN®; MIG, Hudson, WI ) input–output analysis regional economic modeling system, while

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partial adoption. Finally, economic impacts (i.e., output values, value added, and employment impacts) of the adoption of the new varieties, partial and full, are evaluated using economic impact analysis using IMPLAN software (IMPLAN, Huntersville, NC

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to survey responses to estimate the direct value of Iowa's green industry (gross receipts and jobs). Furthermore, using an IMPLAN model for Iowa, the overall economic value of the green industry was estimated. Results and discussion Of the 202

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